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Which train in India travels the longest between two stations without stopping?

Which train in India travels the longest between two stations without stopping?

The longest journey between two stations of its route can be taken on the basis of two parameters without stopping the train and they are: -



Distance between the two stations.
The time taken between the two stations.
I will tell both according to the facts.

● By distance: - (526 km in 6 hours 50 minutes)

The Rajdhani Express from Hazrat Nizamuddin to Thiruvananthapuram in India stops at 12432 Kota (458 km) and stops directly at Vadodara (984 km). This distance is (984 - 458) = 526 km. This train takes 6 hours 50 minutes to cover this distance. 15.30 hrs from Kota. Vadodara 22.20 hrs. Reaches at

● By time: - (450 km in 6 hours 55 minutes)

The Thirukural Express from Kanyakumari to Hazrat Nizamuddin in India stops at 12641 Vijayawada (1176 km) and stops at Balharshah (1626 km). This distance is (1626 - 1176) = 450 km. This train takes 6 hours 55 minutes to cover this distance. 04.05 hrs from Vijayawada. Balharshah at 11.00 hrs. Reaches at

Conclusions: -

The speed of Thiruvananthapuram Rajdhani 12432 is higher and the time taken is just 5 minutes less than Thirukural Express 12641, so it would be factual for Thiruvananthapuram Rajdhani to understand the answer to this question.

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